Freelancers asked to tweak AOL's VoIP service

8 September 2006

AOL is inviting freelance computer experts to design devices, plug-ins and add-ons that will make its new VoIP phone service stand out from the crowd.

Ideas for personalizing AIM Phoneline, the VoIP service of AOL’s instant messenger AIM, are being called to support around 55,000 software developers already working on the application.

The Virginia company said it was a “natural extension” to now ask external developers, such as voice application developers, to tweak a product currently being used by 43million people.

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